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Assistant Professor of Finance Luke Stein and his co-author considered directors on the boards of public companies and asked if there’s a difference between the times when they are likely to do a good job and the times when they're likely to do a bad job.

Professor of Economics Basit Zafar and his partner in the project are the first to examine the impacts of grant aid on homeownership, neighborhood characteristics, and credit outcomes in early adulthood.

If you want a hot cup of java, you don't want a hot spot — activity within coffee's lifecycle that is identified as having a substantial environmental or social impact that is supported by significant evidence.

Sherri Barry (MBA ’10) set out to offer emerging designers resources to build their brands and grow them locally and sustainably.

Now almost two decades since graduating with their MBAs, the trio is together again working in a nontraditional supply chain industry for the same company on the same team.